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Old August 7, 2013, 11:20 AM   #115
Brian Pfleuger
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Originally Posted by FireForged
...first attack must mean business and afford you the best chance at winning. A tackle is a very passive use of force...
I'm fairly certain that "tackling" the shooter is not intended to be like the NFL. You don't roll your shoulder in, wallop him, bounce back up and spike the ball.

A little common sense in determining the next action would go a long way. One would reasonably assume that fists and other options would immediately be employed, depending on the specifics. In fact, one would not reasonably assume anything else.
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